Rhakotis is the online magazine for all things to do with Greco-Roman Egypt and beyond.
Rhakotis is the first place to go for information, reviews of exhibitions, new books and films, and discussion on the legacy of Greco-Roman Egypt. It examines both the history and the enduring influence of Greco-Roman Egypt in all it many ways. We are interested in the art history and wider politics of this legacy.
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Rhakotis: bound editions
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Find out more about the annual flood in Egypt and how it inspired religions around the Roman Empire. Gaze in amazement at London in its original splendour and see how the Romans lived in Copenhagen.
Find out more how elite Romans lived in 3rd century Gaul, gaze on the twelve silver Caesar plates and discover Egypt’s modern Arte et Liberte movement.
In this edition of Rhakotis we have an article on the powerful goddess Isis-Thermouthis, ancient apocalyptic texts and a review of Alfred Duggan’s classic work Winter Quarters.
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